Borussia Dortmund forward Robert Lewandowski has resolved differences with the club over a failed transfer to Bayern Munich in the close season, the Poland international says after being given a pay rise.
Lewandowski was desperate to leave the Champions League runners-up to join treble winners Bayern Munich but the deal fell through after Dortmund blocked the transfer, saying he had a contract until 2014.
“The situation is now that I will stay in Dortmund for one more year,” Lewandowski told Sport Bild magazine. “We have put aside all disagreements and have cleared the air. There were mistakes made but the case is closed.”